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The Disposal and Utilisation of Abattoir Waste in the European Communities

by Werner Weiers

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Published by Springer Netherlands in Dordrecht .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Werner Weiers, Roland Fischer
ContributionsFischer, Roland
The Physical Object
Format[electronic resource] /
Pagination1 online resource (148 pages)
Number of Pages148
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL27032803M
ISBN 109400996527
ISBN 109789400996526
OCLC/WorldCa840307244

Municipal Environ- mental Research Lab., Cincinnati, Ohio. Technical Report, No EPA/, pp. Weiers, W. & Fischer, R. (). The Disposal and Utilisation of Abattoir Waste in the European Communities. Commis- sion of the European Communities, Graham & Trotman Ltd, London, by:   EFFLUENTEFFLUENTEffluent is an out flowing of water or gas from anatural body of water, or from a meat industry uses large quantities of used in abattoir for cleaning purposeEfficient disposal of effluent .

Annual waste of metric tons and 1,m3 of waste water are generated every year based on the study. The enormous volume of waste makes the issue of meat safety risks associated with its disposal an immediate, ongoing and serious one. KEYWORDS: Abattoir waste; Schaeffer‟s formular; Body measurement; Live Weight; Waste generation. the poor disposal of waste made by the workers at Tayi Abattoir. The effect of poor disposal of waste on the lives of people has become a cardinal issue that occupies a centre stage in academic discourse and other public fora both at national and international levels (Leitman, ). Evidence has shown that the.

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The Disposal and Utilisation of Abattoir Waste in the European Communities by Werner Weiers Download PDF EPUB FB2

The growth of slaughterhouse waste is directly related to population growth, because as the population -increases so does the demand for meat and meat products.

Consumption habits have also changed with Increasing prosperity so that there has been an increase in the proportion of slaughterhouse by-products which are difficult to market. The Disposal and Utilisation of Abattoir Waste in the European Communities.

Authors: Weiers, W. Free Preview. Get this from a library. The Disposal and Utilisation of Abattoir Waste in the European Communities. [Werner Weiers; Roland Fischer] -- The problem of pollution of the environment arose for the first time with the beginning of Industrialization.

At that time there was no need to think about disposal of waste. There was no reason to. Get this from a library. The disposal and utilisation of abattoir waste in the European communities: a report.

[Werner Weiers; Roland Fischer; Commission of the European Communities. Environment and Consumer Protection Service.; Commission of the European Communities. Directorate-General for Scientific and Technical Information and Information Management.].

The Disposal and Utilisation of Abattoir Waste in the European Communities Werner Weiers, Roland Fischer (auth.) The problem of pollution of the environment arose for.

Cite this chapter as: Weiers W., Fischer R. () Significance of the utilisation of slaughterhouse waste to the environment.

In: The Disposal and Utilisation of Abattoir Waste in the European : Werner Weiers, Roland Fischer. Current meat-related waste disposal practices of Free State red-meat abattoirs, South Africa waste products.

As in European countries there is a move away from incineration, countries world-wide are investigating alternative waste The disposal of waste water and stomach contents were. Waste is either stored at the dirty area of the abattoir or in an open space next to the abattoir under strict supervision prior to disposal or by-product processing.

Since not all abattoirs dispose off generated waste, some abattoirs have by-products processing facilities either on site or outside abattoir premises. AD. AD is a biological process by which organic wastes are decomposed in the absence of oxygen, producing a sludge of agricultural value, as well as biogas, which can be used to generate energy (Lastella et al., ; Insam and Wett, ).In recent years, AD technology has been applied and used commercially in the treatment of farm, industrial, and municipal by: The Disposal of Solid Abattoir Waste by Composting (c) Aeration must be controlled so as to give a residual oxygen concentration of not lower than 5 per cent but not higher than 10 per cent.

(d) The initial C: N ratio of the raw mixture must be between 1 and Cited by: 6. Abattoir Waste & Carcass Disposal Guidelines 3 On-site Disposal Options Abattoir waste and carcasses may be disposed on-site through composting or other site-specific approved methods.

Proper site selection for any disposal method is integral in protecting the environment and human Size: KB. Background: Improper disposal of abattoir waste without any treatment has severe impacts on the environment and human health. However, there lacks sufficient studies that quantify abattoir waste.

Waste Reduction Centre, A Member of the Pollution Prevention Resource Exchange. Cite this Article: Olawuni PO, Daramola OP and Soumah M (). Environmental Implications of Abattoir Waste Generation and Management in Developing Countries: The Case of.

Most abattoir industries are established away from the urban areas due to the cost of land and high capital requirement for waste and wastewater disposal. Abattoir wastewater significantly increases the cost for wastewater treatment, disposal and reclamation of contaminated sites.

Estimated cost disposal methods. $/kL discharge into sewer Cited by: 3. Review of the Thematic Strategy on the prevention and recycling of waste. Use of economic instruments to implement the waste hierarchy. The Report on the Thematic Strategy adopted in Januarydemonstrated significant differences between Member States in the implementation of EU legally binding minimum targets (recycling/recovery rates/landfill diversion targets) and clear links between.

include decreased costs of waste treatment and disposal, income generation from by-products and a reduced environmental impact associated with waste disposal. Livestock by-products have significant economic and nutritional value that needs to be utilized.

Landfilling, the most common form of abattoir waste disposal is becoming limited in. New disposal methods for abattoir waste.

INDUSTRY is looking at new methods to dispose of up to m tonnes of abattoir waste in the light of governments decision this week to restrict dumping in.

Slaughterhouse waste (or abattoir waste) disposal has been a major environmental challenge in all parts of the world. The chemical properties of slaughterhouse wastes are similar to that of municipal sewage, however the former is highly concentrated wastewater with 45% soluble and 55% suspended organic composition.

Definition of waste recovery and disposal operations Final Report – Part A 3 Institute for Environmental Strategies Possible options to improve the definitions include: a) Efficiency ratios could clarify the border between recovery and disposal.

This has limitations as the appropriate threshold for efficiencies will vary depending on theFile Size: 2MB. poor waste disposal. The findings of this study shows that the daily slaughter of animals ranges between 50 – 55 cows and goats/sheep.

The poor abattoir waste disposal affect air quality (stench), pollutes agricultural land, potable water supply source and aquatic life.

The challenges of File Size: KB. The land disposal of waste and wastewater is a major source of N2O emission. This is due to the presence of high concentrations of nitrogen (N) and carbon in the waste. Abattoir wastewater Author: Raghupathi Matheyarasu.abattoir, during slaughter and during dressing (Singh and Neelam, ).

Abattoir waste just like any other waste can be detrimental to humans and the environment if definite precautions are not taken. In the Nigerian livestock industry, slaughter houses are littered with .abattoir waste significantly declined so renderers were no longer willing to pay for the waste or the trucking.

Disposal costs have continued to increase since the CFIA SRM regulations were imposed. With the increase in the cost of fuel, combined with a tipping fee for SRM at the WCR Calgary rendering plant, trucking of the waste to Alberta has.